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Book Review: Bill and Dave: How Hewlett and Packard Built the World's Greatest Company by Michael S. Malone
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3/26/2011   17 comments
Acclaimed journalist Michael S. Malone relates an in-depth story of Bill and Dave and HP based on exclusive access to corporate and private archives, along with hundreds of interviews.
Book Review: More Than a Paycheck
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3/10/2011   4 comments
Recruitment veteran Ruth Glover offers profiles in career courage in "More Than a Paycheck"
Book Review: EDA Graffiti by Paul McLellan
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3/6/2011   2 comments
I donít know where to start. This is unlike any other book on EDA that Iíve ever seen. One thing I will say is that I learned a whole lot of stuff about things I didnít even know I didnít know...


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